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Dave Dudley – My Sunny Overgrown Country Town lyrics

Get me back to Tennessee I'm homesick for my sunny overgrown country town
I thought I'd like to be a westcoast cowboy but I got lonely as the sun went down
The ladies living here sure are different
They took my hard earned money now they're gone
Never did they ever satisfy me like a hard lovin' country girl back home
Get me back to Tennessee I'm homesick for my sunny overgrown country town
Get me back to Tennessee I'm homesick I'll ride anything eastern bound
[ guitar ]
Hitchhikin' days get by over not many pickup strangers anymore
Shave my face and cut my hair this morning
Well maybe I'll have better luck than before
Mister thank you for the ride I'm glad to know you're goin' all the way to Alabam
Just let out on 65 in Nashville my sunny overgrown country town
Get me back to Tennessee...



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